Lucky Bamboo Pyramid Seven Layer Bare Root is one of the most popular house and gift plant, it is known by many common names like Curly bamboo, Chinese water bamboo, Friendship bamboo, Goddess of Mercy, Belgian evergreen and Ribbon dracaena etc. It is categorized under plant family Ruscaceae and genus Draceana with scientific name Dracaena Sanderiana (Dracaena Braunii).
Lucky Bamboo Introduction
Lucky Bamboo has been a symbol of good fortune in the Asian culture more than 5000 years. In Chinese, the Lucky Bamboo is known as Fu Gwey Zhu which has three symbols signifying Fu -Luck and Fortune, Gwey -Power and Honor, Zhu -Bamboo.
Lucky Bamboo is believed to bring harmony among the five Feng Shui elements water, fire, earth, wood and metal for a more positive life experience.
Because lucky bamboo thrive in many areas of the home or workplace where other plants would not, it is valued as a means to enhance the positive flow of energy or “chi” in these areas.
The bamboo stalk is symbol of the wood element. A red ribbon tied around the stalks symbolized the element of fire. The addition of a little fire assists enhancing or “igniting” the positive result that is desired.
2 Stalks : Attracts love and doubles the luck
3 Stalks : Attracts happiness and blesses long life
5 Stalks : Attracts positive energy in five spheres -emotional, intuitive, mental, physical and spiritual
6 Stalks : Attracts wealth
7 Stalks : Attracts good health
8 Stalks : Attracts fertility
10 Stalks : Attracts prosperity, perfect happy life
21 Stalks : Attracts very powerful all-purpose blessing
It is an easiest care plant, remember to have water logged at its bottom 1 inch of stems, always use filtered water and place it any where under indirect sun light.Plant does not need fertilizers unless for specific purpose of fast cultivation.
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